Disney set itself up for disappointment in their most recent live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast.” It’s been 25 years since the original animated version was released to theaters and apparently they felt it was time to add this beloved “tale as old as time,” to their growing list of …
With winged fairies and larger-than-life puppets, the 42nd Annual Spring Fair showcases arts and crafts along with food and entertainment on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
The Third Annual 2017 ACTS 30 Talent Contest held at Roseburg High School’s Rose Theatre last Saturday featured 52 contestants.
The Douglas County Nonprofit Resource Roundup event was packed Monday morning in the Ford Community Room in the Douglas County Library. Nearly 100 guests made up of representatives from large nonprofit foundations and smaller nonprofits located throughout Oregon attended.
The Umpqua Valley Arts Association announces five new gallery exhibits open to the public for free until April 28 that will be unveiled at a public opening reception held from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday at the Arts Center.
The Roseburg St. Patrick’s Day Grub and Pub Crawl will take place this Saturday to support disabled children, youth and young adults in Douglas County through visits to local beverage and food establishments.
With a goal of uniting women musicians from around the world through music, the Women of the World vocal quartet will perform in Roseburg at Jacoby Auditorium Monday night.
CANYONVILLE — The 47th Annual Greatest of the Grape food and wine pairing gala held at Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville last Saturday saw a full house with 800 guests in attendance.
The human form comes alive in artist Michael Hoeye’s “Angels Passing” exhibit on display until March 16 in The Art Gallery at Umpqua Community College’s Whipple Fine Arts Center.
The Home and Garden Show that takes place this weekend at the Douglas County Fairgrounds will be introducing additional activities to entertainment for both children and adults this year.
With a vision of supporting local arts and music, Music at the Meadery presents Intuitive Compass on Saturday evening at a Steampunk Mardi Gras celebration for all ages at Oran Mor Artisan Mead in Roseburg.
The oldest wine-and-food pairing celebration in the Pacific Northwest, the Greatest of the Grape, will celebrate its 47th year on Saturday, March 4, at Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville.
A former Douglas County resident, author Gabriel S.A. Clason announced the release of his first psychic suspense novel: “After The Last Breath.” This is the first book of his Hector Hargrove series written on a whim a few months ago.